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Absinth Beetle - Absinthe Exclusive to Absinthe Original Liquor Store!
Absinth Beetle is unquestionably a very unique, 140 proof absinthe containing 35 mg of thujone. Great mixture of herbal extracts creates an extraordinary product with unique, bitter wormwood taste. Each bottle of Absinthe Beetle contains giant beetle Eurycantha horrida also known as Spiny Devil Walkingstick. Its magic shape without a doubt expresses the product's mystery. Absinth Beetle is REAL absinthe containing no chemical additives or colorants. Launched in a few selected premium stores in Prague, this absinthe with the bug was sold out in minutes! Absinth Beetle is a Limited Edition Absinthe available from our store, Absinthe Original only!
The walking stick is not poisonous or harmful and is considered vegan in its eating habits, so while we don't recommend eating it, it's not as dangerous as some of the other things people have been putting in bottles recently. It may also discourage others from casually having to drink your absinthe.
For over 25 years our range of wormwood absinthes has pleased customers from L.A. to Netherlands, from New York to Japan and beyond.
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All orders are shipped by DHL Express - usually 24 hours to all European destinations, 2-3 days to the USA.
Did you know that...?
Though fortified with a formidable measure of alcohol, a depressant, absinthe is also infused with powerful herbal stimulants, creating a psychic tug of war in the mind of the imbiber. Alcohol relaxes inhibitions and invites in new ideas, and the stimulants allow you to logically process the new data. Foremost of the stimulants is thujone, the psychoactive chemical at the heart of the herb wormwood, which, along with anisette, gives absinthe its bitter, black liquorish taste. While once thought to instigate similar reactions as marijuana's THC, recent research suggests it modulates the neurotransmitter GABAA, which plays a vital role in cognitive thought. Subsequently, absinthe provides a level of clarity not usually associated with alcoholic drinks.